The need to support workers who provide unpaid care for a family member is a growing reality for employers (large and small). As the population grows older and life expectancies increase, the need will grow significantly for the next ten to twenty years.
As many as one in six full-time or part-time employees care for an elderly or disabled family member, according to a fairly recent Gallop poll.
The role of family caregivers involves everything from arranging or coordinating, services/support, to navigating the complex health care system, to performing actual care in the home — all while balancing workplace demands and responsibilities.
Employers can help families save time and reduce stress – while improving workplace productivity, employee morale and loyalty – by connecting their employees with elder care resources through access to knowledgeable specialists and appropriate providers for family care services.
Call today to arrange a free, workplace educational presentation on senior care services and resources in Tampa Bay. Or, simply fill in and submit the form below. We will get back to you quickly to see how we can help.
One of the best ways we can honor our country’s forefathers this Presidents’ Day, is to be available on Monday to help with your senior loved one’s housing needs.
As with the men who founded our great country, we should always honor and salute those that founded our families, and gave so much to attend to our upbringing.
As always, we will be available Monday to help answer your senior housing questions.
In addition to our services, our local, Tampa/St. Pete-area network of trusted, associated professionals can assist with elder law issues (wills, advanced directives and power of attorney), coordination of veterans benefits, financial planning, down-sizing and moving – to name a few.
Give us a call, or drop us a line. We will be happy to help.
God Bless America, and our seniors, too!
“May you be blessed
With the spirit of the season, which is peace,
The gladness of the season, which is hope,
And the heart of the season, which is love.”
We are truly dedicated to helping our clients, old and new, regardless of the time of day – or time of year. During these joyous (and sometimes stressful) holidays, know that we are here to help with guidance and assistance, as needed. Happy Holidays!
A “respite stay” is a short-term residency at an assisted living community lasting from a few days to a few weeks.
Included in the stay are: meals and snacks, daily events. programs and entertainment, and appropriate help with activities of daily living (ADLs). With so many different assisted living communities in this area, there is likely to be a community that can meet your short-term needs.
Respite stays can be an invaluable asset to families that face any of these situations:
- Family vacation
- Out of town family emergency
- Recovery from medical procedure
- Recovery from a major illness
- Unexpected business trip
- Special, or extended, vacation
- Need for a break to avoid caretaker burn-out
Another use for a respite stay is for a ”test drive” – trying a community for a brief time to see if it is a best fit for the family’s needs.
If you struggling to find a way to care for a loved one and deal with a sudden emergency, a “respite stay” can be an ideal solution and alternative to round-the-clock in-home care.
Contact us at your convenience to find out how we can help you find the right solution for your situation.
No need for a lengthy post – the graphic sums up the progression very nicely.
If, however, you have questions about how it may apply to your specific situation, we will be happy to answer your questions.
Watch our new Assisted Living commercial to learn more about our personalized placement services.
Visit us at www.AssistedLivingNavigator.com for more details. Follow this link to just a few of our Family Testimonials
By the time our work together is done, you’ll feel relieved, reassured, and confident that you made a sound decision from appropriate options tailored to your situation.
To book a time for your consultation:
Call us at 813-422-1561 with your questions.
Or, Email us at mmanzolembo(at)abc-seniors.com.